Prokop Boutique Hotel

Cimburkova 28, Prague, Bohemia, 13000, Czech Republic | 1 star hotel
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Michelin Star Experience, Castles and More

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma

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... and inspiring evening which we adored. We spoke to the restaurant manager for a while about Ian and told him how he was a keen young chef and hoping to come abroad to learn more about cooking. At the end of the conversation the manager said that he thinks the executive chef would like to hear from Ian as they sometimes offer one and three month placements for young chefs to come and learn and work. We have all the contact details so that Ian can send his CV and a letter to them. Hope he can come ...

Damn hot 3, insert not funny movie sequel name

A travel blog entry by billhall

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... than most of the people on the streets in the places we've been. Not bad or unkempt.....but more...simple. It seemed that in Vienna, all women had fresh manicures and painted nails, wore the latest fashions, and wore heels even to ride bikes. In the Czech republic they are more utilitarian. Simple print dresses, Reeboks instead of heels. The men in Vienna were all well dressed.....while the men getting on the train in the Czech ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna

... the train experience, we agreed that a cab was justifiable. A short and overpriced cab ride later, we checked into “Sir Toby’s Hostel”. My Hostel Book had given them a great review, which is always comforting. The concierge was polite, thorough, and quick to explain maps and recommendations for dinner. The kind of concierge that you pay for. Our room was named the “Mali Sen” Suite. It, at that point, was the largest accommodation ...

Prague, Thur Jan 3 - Day 34

A travel blog entry by memedfamily

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... past the puppet shop, the guy waved and the girls felt guilty that we weren't buying any.

We went to the Torture Museum - I think we all thought it was going to be like the Underground London Experience - silly and scary but not too graphic. This Torture Museum just had lots of medieval tools of torture on display with detailed info in many languages about how the tool was used. It was all a bit too much so we scooted out of it all feeling a bit ...

When is a Train Ticket not a Train Ticket?

A travel blog entry by andrewclifton

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With full stomaches, we then decided we should go to the main train station and check the ticket we purchased in Ceske Budjeovice for our impending night train to Warsaw.

As it turns out it was a good thing we did. We lined up at the international ticket queue and when it was our turn managed to get a guy who told us he did indeed speak English.

We explained to him the "ticket" we had and how we weren't sure it was what we needed ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, Military Museum, and Prague City Museum.
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